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Triathlete Magazine’s 2012 Best In Tri Awards

  • By Triathlete.com
  • Published Dec 18, 2012
  • Updated Dec 18, 2012 at 3:13 PM UTC

Best Gear for the Dollar

1. Shimano Ultegra components
These parts aren’t new or revolutionary; they simply work flawlessly. Electronic groupsets get most of the attention, but, at $1,085, Ultegra shifts and brakes flawlessly without the inflated price tag.

2. Felt B16 tri bike
erodynamic carbon frame, tri-specific fit and reliable components make the B16 the complete package for a triathlete at any level. The $2,000 price tag makes it an unbeatable value.

3. Zipp Vuka Alumina Aerobar
This $255 aerobar may be the most fit-flexible option out there. It can transform to accommodate almost any position, and Zipp says it’s more aerodynamic than their former top-end bar too.

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